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This year's International Jewellery Fair will include a new Timepiece Pavilion

New focus for Sydney jewellery fair

International Jewellery Fair (IJF) organiser Expertise Events has announced the inclusion of a new Timepiece Pavilion at this year’s show. Read more »
Starting next month, De Beers Group will auction its own polished diamonds. Image courtesy: De Beers Group

De Beers to auction own polished diamonds

Under a new pilot program, De Beers Group will start selling its polished diamonds through the group’s online auction business. Read more »
Tiffany & Co's first quarter results indicated fashion jewellery had a "pleasing" performance. Image courtesy: Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co sales steered by fashion jewellery

Tiffany & Co’s first quarter financial report showed a slight increase in global revenue, with the company heralding “pleasing” sales in the fashion jewellery category but not so positive results in other areas. Read more »
A diamond purchased for £10 is expected to fetch £350,000. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

Car boot diamond to raise £350,000 at auction

A ‘costume’ diamond ring purchased at a car boot sale for £10 (AU$17) has been identified as a 26.29-carat diamond, and is expected to fetch as much as £350,000 (AU$609,000) at a Sotheby’s auction. Read more »
Two different coloured earrings have sold for more than US$57 million, setting an auction record. Image courtesy: Sotheby's

‘Most valuable pair of earrings’ fetch record price

A pair of contrasting coloured diamond earrings established a world auction record after selling for more than US$57 million (AU$76 m). Read more »
West End Collection has secured the distribution rights to Swarovski Group's Adore jewellery range

West End Collection secures Swarovski’s latest brand

Watch supplier West End Collection is branching into the jewellery sector, having secured the distribution rights to Swarovski Group’s stand-alone fashion jewellery range Adore. Read more »
Pandora's sales in Australia continue to rise, with the 2017 Q1 results just released

Pandora maintains momentum with ‘strong’ Australian performance

Pandora has reported another overall sales rise for the first quarter of 2017, with Australia again being one of the company’s top performing markets. Read more »
The GIA discovered a natural-synthetic composite. Image courtesy: GIA, Sood Oil (Judy) Chia

GIA uncovers natural diamond with synthetic ‘overgrowth’

The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has uncovered a natural diamond with a blue synthetic coating, and has warned that other ‘hybrids’ might be on the market. Read more »
A Les Georgettes Australian subsidiary business is set to open this year

Duraflex ceases Les Georgettes jewellery distribution

Duraflex Group Australia (DGA) will cease distribution of Les Georgettes next month following news that the French jewellery company will establish a subsidiary business in Australia. Read more »
The JAA has appointed a new board director after the position was recently vacated

New appointment made to JAA board

The Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) has appointed a new board member after former board director Brett Bolton vacated his position. Read more »
JAA executive director Amanda Hunter has resigned from her position

Amanda Hunter resigns; 2017 JAA Jewellery Tradeshow cancelled

The Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) has announced the resignation of its executive director, Amanda Hunter, and the cancellation of the 2017 JAA Jewellery Tradeshow. Read more »
Bolton's departure from the board is the third JAA resignation in less than a year

Another JAA board member resigns

Brett Bolton has stood down from his position as director on the Jewellers Association of Australia (JAA) board. Read more »


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